Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4 may cost you an enormous $1.6 million. But an astonishing papercraft replica of the mid-engined grand touring car is made with a few bucks. Taras Lesko of Visual Spicer has built up a paper version of the luxurious Bugatti Veyron. Called the Paper Supercraft, the 2.5ft paper version of the car assembles 159 parts on 44 pages. Here have a look at the paper form of one of the world’s fastest and luxurious passenger car.
It is not easy to frame a paper version of the car. The designer first drew templates for the car on his computer. Later, the templates were printed on papers. Using scissors and glue, Lesko then joined the assorted templates to the car, which exactly looks like the original Bugatti Veyron. Of course, it might be the very special and cheapest version of the car from Volkswagen and Bugatti team.
For Lesko, the Veyron has been a long attraction. He is really excited to design the car using paper clippings, glue and tape. The papercraft car looks quite spectacular and it touts the same design and style of the wealthy car out in market. If you wish to make a similar papercraft version of Veyron, the designer has published all DIY instructions on his site. Just follow the steps and you can even download the templates Visual Spicer used to build the car.
Bugatti Veyron is a Super Sport edition of the Veyron, which is developed by the German firm Volkswagen and produced by the French firm Bugatti. Launched in 2005, the Veyron is now one of the world’s fastest cars with a maximum speed of 431 km/h (268 mph). According to BBC, it was the Car of the Decade (2000–2009).